Description 
1 online resource 
Series 
Quality and Reliability Engineering Series 
Contents 
Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables ; About the Author ; Preface; Chapter 1 Equilibrium Thermodynamic Degradation Science ; 1.1 Introduction to a New Science; 1.2 Categorizing Physics of Failure Mechanisms; 1.3 Entropy Damage Concept; 1.3.1 The System (Device) and its Environment; 1.3.2 Irreversible Thermodynamic Processes Cause Damage; 1.4 Thermodynamic Work; 1.5 Thermodynamic State Variables and their Characteristics; 1.6 Thermodynamic Second Law in Terms of System Entropy Damage; 1.6.1 Thermodynamic Entropy Damage Axiom; 1.6.2 Entropy and Free Energy 

1.7 Work, Resistance, Generated Entropy, and the Second Law1.8 Thermodynamic Catastrophic and Parametric Failure; 1.8.1 Equilibrium and NonEquilibrium Aging States in Terms of the Free Energy or Entropy Change; 1.9 Repair Entropy; 1.9.1 Example 1.1: Repair Entropy: Relating NonDamage Entropy Flow to Entropy Damage; Summary ; References; Chapter 2 Applications of Equilibrium Thermodynamic Degradation to Complex and Simple Systems: Entropy Damage, Vibration, Temperature, Noise Analysis, and Thermodynamic Potentials ; 2.1 Cumulative Entropy Damage Approach in Physics of Failure 

2.1.1 Example 2.1: MinerÅ› Rule Derivation2.1.2 Example 2.2: MinerÅ› Rule Example; 2.1.3 NonCyclic Applications of Cumulative Damage; 2.2 Measuring Entropy Damage Processes; 2.3 Intermediate Thermodynamic Aging States and Sampling; 2.4 Measures for SystemLevel Entropy Damage; 2.4.1 Measuring System Entropy Damage with Temperature; 2.4.2 Example 2.3: Resistor Aging; 2.4.3 Example 2.4: Complex Resistor Bank; 2.4.4 System Entropy Damage with Temperature Observations; 2.4.5 Example 2.5: Temperature Aging of an Operating System 

2.4.6 Comment on HighTemperature Aging for Operating and NonOperating Systems2.5 Measuring Randomness due to System Entropy Damage with Mesoscopic Noise Analysis in an Operating System; 2.5.1 Example 2.6: Gaussian Noise Vibration Damage; 2.5.2 Example 2.7: System Vibration Damage Observed with Noise Analysis; 2.6 How System Entropy Damage Leads to Random Processes; 2.6.1 Stationary versus NonStationary Entropy Process; 2.7 Example 2.8: Human Heart Rate Noise Degradation; 2.8 Entropy Damage Noise Assessment Using Autocorrelation and the Power Spectral Density 

2.8.1 Noise Measurements Rules of Thumb for the PSD and R2.8.2 Literature Review of Traditional Noise Measurement; 2.8.3 Literature Review for Resistor Noise; 2.9 Noise Detection Measurement System; 2.9.1 System Noise Temperature; 2.9.2 Environmental Noise Due to Pollution; 2.9.3 Measuring System Entropy Damage using Failure Rate; 2.10 Entropy Maximize Principle: Combined First and Second Law; 2.10.1 Example 2.9: Thermal Equilibrium; 2.10.2 Example 2.10: Equilibrium with Charge Exchange; 2.10.3 Example 2.11: Diffusion Equilibrium; 2.10.4 Example 2.12: Available Work 
Summary 
Thermodynamic degradation science is a new and exciting discipline. This book merges the science of physics of failure with thermodynamics and shows how degradation modeling is improved and enhanced when using thermodynamic principles. The author also goes beyond the traditional physics of failure methods and highlights the importance of having new tools such as 'Mesoscopic' noise degradation measurements for prognostics of complex systems, and a conjugate work approach to solving physics of failure problems with accelerated testing applications. Key features:  Demonstrates how the thermodynamics energy approach uncovers key degradation models and their application to accelerated testing.  Demonstrates how thermodynamic degradation models accounts for cumulative stress environments, effect statistical reliability distributions, and are key for reliability test planning.  Provides coverage of the four types of Physics of Failure processes describing aging: Thermal Activation Processes, Forced Aging, Diffusion, and complex combinations of these.  Coverage of numerous key topics including: aging laws; Cumulative Accelerated Stress Test (CAST) Plans; cumulative entropy fatigue damage; reliability statistics and environmental degradation and pollution. Thermodynamic Degradation Science: Physics of Failure, Accelerated Testing, Fatigue and Reliability Applications is essential reading for reliability, cumulative fatigue, and physics of failure engineers as well as students on courses which include thermodynamic engineering and/or physics of failure coverage 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references and index 
Notes 
Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher 
Subject 
Heatengines  Thermodynamics.


Metals  Fatigue.


Metals  Testing.


Thermodynamic equilibrium.


TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING  Engineering (General)


TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING  Reference.


Heatengines  Thermodynamics.


Metals  Fatigue.


Metals  Testing.


Thermodynamic equilibrium.

Form 
Electronic book

LC no. 
2016031239 
ISBN 
9781119276272 

1119276276 

9781119276241 

1119276241 

9781119276258 

111927625X 
